Category Archives: Christianity
Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord. What more can we say? Rejoice, friends. Our Savior has come. May your heart be filled with the wonder of his … Continue reading
Every word is a brick. The question is: what are we building? Are we building a place of honor or a place of dishonor? Of faith or folly? Of life or death? Food for thought.
There is a place between the intellect and the heart–a fence, as it were, that divides the greener sides of faith and truth. There are those who would have us believe that our feelings justify our faith, that if something … Continue reading
Can one person change the world? Is that what we’re here for? Share your thoughts with me today, friends.
I have always loved Rich Mullins, but this song has really been on my heart the past few days. A few superficial mentions: Nice shorts, Rich. Seriously? I love that 12-string. Did you see that little boy at 2:14? Who … Continue reading
If I hadn’t left the Church in 2001… I would not have learned to study Scripture (as opposed to simply reading Scripture); I would not have learned to defend my faith; I would not have drawn on the musical and … Continue reading
What’s the difference? More specifically, what’s the difference for a Christian? passive: receptive to outside impressions or influences; lacking in energy or will; induced by an outside agency. submit: to yield to governance or authority; to yield oneself to the … Continue reading